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Ducey’s violence prevention proposal begins Senate process (access required)

With a little tweaking, the Arizona Senate is poised to debate Gov. Doug Ducey’s school safety plan, but the bill’s fate in the House remains uncertain.

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Slow vote count spurs talk of changes in election laws (access required)

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